Log Neath's Rigs: Now? Mechanic Master C28 & Revoccase MIT1-XXL Air.

Neathdrawls

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Oh, it has been 2 months. Crazy, long 2 months.

Rebuilt a couple of older cases and a couple of new ones.

Revoccase MIT1-XXL
Intel i5-11600K (Gigabyte Z590I & Thermalright Silver Soul 135 Black), Leadtek RTX 3060ti "Storm X" (ITX Cooler mod)


Sirius T70
Ryzen 5 5600 (ASUS B550I & Thermalright Silver Soul 135 White), ASRock RX 6600 XT Challenger ITX



Lazer3D LZX-8
Intel i5-11400 (Soyo H510I Arrogance Dragon & Thermalright AXP120-x67), ASRock RX 6600 XT Challenger ITX


Baiyue M24

Ryzen 5 5600 (ASUS B550I & Thermalright AXP90-x36 Black); Powercolor RX 6500 XT ITX




Metalfish S3
Ryzen 5 5600 (ASUS B550I & Noctua L9a); MSI Mech 2X OC RX 6500 XT
 

Neathdrawls

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My Densium 4 finally arrived, did a quick teardown of my K39 and transplated it over to the Densium.

Finished and all covered up


Starting the Build

Nothing too tough really, having built in many sandwich cases at the same range.

The tolerances are probably a little too tight for the motherboard backplate, and the GPU. As it would turn out, the Powercolor RX 6500 XT ITX doesn't have any backplate, so it seems fine.





Thermals are alright in the case too, with not particular toasty parts. Even if the 11500's PL1 is at 100W, and the tiny AXP90-x36 does keep it cool enough, where the GPU doesn't go too hot, but isn't the most quiet either.

All in all, for all it's early flaws, the Densium is a good looking case, and am looking forward to the revised version!

Specifications
  • Case: Densium 4 Black with Rosewood Front Panel
  • Processor: Intel i5-11500
  • Motherboard: Colorful CVN B560I Gaming
  • Ram: 16(2x8)GB Asgard Freyr 3200 CL18
  • PSU: FSP Flex 500G 80+ Silver
  • GPU: Powercolor RX 6500 XT ITX
  • Cooler: Thermalright AXP90-x36
  • Storage: 1x SP Silicon Power 1TB
 

nightshift

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Awesome stuff. How's that Powercolor 6500XT? I mean sound and coolingwise. Should be ok based on the power draw I suppose, but still. It's very cute and super tiny at just 165mm with a clean deisgn making it an excellent recipient for a noctua fan swap.
 

Neathdrawls

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Awesome stuff. How's that Powercolor 6500XT? I mean sound and coolingwise. Should be ok based on the power draw I suppose, but still. It's very cute and super tiny at just 165mm with a clean deisgn making it an excellent recipient for a noctua fan swap.
I would think a Noctua fan swap would do it wonders.

Cooling wise, the fan curve cools the card to around 70C while in Heaven 1080p Ultra, with ambient at around 27C.

Noise wise, it's noisy. Very noticeable.
 
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Neathdrawls

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New month, and finally gotten my hands on Intel 12th gen. Just a Core i3-12100, but it's more than enough for a fun and themed build.



Got it bundled with Colorful's B660I Gaming Frozen, and one of the best looking B660 ITX boards out there, if not the best. Especially if one is looking to build a white/silver themed build. For cooling, I chose to strap a 9025mm fan on the Thermalright AXP90-x36. To top off the build, Galax's RTX 3050 Metaltop Mini.

For the case, Formula's Loli1. Very good build quality, with thick aluminium panels and great fit. After owning many mini sandwich cases, this case is up there amongst the best. (Bonus picture of it arriving at the same time as ZZAW's new A1P.)



Didn't really test thermals or performance, as it's only a 12100, temperatures are more than kept in check for normal web browsing.

Specifications
  • Case: Formula Loli1
  • Processor: Intel Core i3-12100
  • Motherboard: Colorful B660I Gaming Frozen V20
  • Ram: 16(2x8)GB Crucial Ballistix 3600 CL16
  • PSU: Delta Electronics 500W SFX 80+ Platinum
  • GPU: Galax RTX 3050 Metaltop Mini
  • Cooler: Thermalright AXP90-x36 (with TL-B9W fan swap)
  • Case Fan (Top Exhaust): 2x Thermalright TL-9015W
  • Storage: 1x Biwin 1TB NVME